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The white grape variety (also Alzey 10378) is a new breeding between Muscat d'Eisenstadt (Ingram's Muscat) x Müller-Thurgau according to DNA analyses published in 2012. The parentage of Luglienga Bianca x Gamay given in the breeding list turned out to be wrong. The cross was made in Germany in 1929 by Georg Scheu (1879-1949) in Alzey/Rheinhessen. The name was given in honour of Anne-Marie Regner (1911-1999), who worked for Scheu for many years. The early-ripening vine yields a low-acid wine reminiscent of Müller-Thurgau with a light muscat tone. In 2018, 13 hectares of vineyards were designated in Germany (D-STATIS). Small populations are also said to exist in England.

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